Eden Hotels & Resorts is proudly presented the first Genki Sushi Restaurant in Yangon, Myanmar while coincidentally celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of Genki Sushi Co., Ltd., as it started the first Genki Sushi Restaurant in 1968. Their unique feature is delivering the freshly prepared made-to-order Sushi foods to the guest tables in no time buy using Kousuku express system which avoids the food contamination during food transport.
A Japanese sushi restaurant at BAK Shopping Centre, Bo Aung Kyaw Road. A place is quiet nice and the food is good, delicious.
A beautiful unspoiled & serene Karaweik view in the centre of Yangon. A cosy relaxing atmosphere and food cooked fresh right in front of the customer.
Excellent hot pot buffet of fried foods, suhi, and dim-sum plus a selection of fruits, drinks and dessert (a` la carte menu is on offer if you prefer more options than what they serve for buffet),. Gets crowded fast, so come early for dinner.
In Japanese, Gekkõ translates literally as “moon-shine”.
Gekko is located on the ground floor of the beautiful Sofaer & Co. building in downtown Rangoon. It was completed by Isaac and Meyer Sofaer in 1906. Both brothers were Baghdad-born, Rangoon-educated Jews. As well as owning many commercial properties in Rangoon, Isaac and Meyer were successful traders in their own right with interests in wines & spirits amongst others. Isaac was the architectural designer and Meyer made a success of the trading business by getting exclusives for luxury goods and supplying expats with imported groceries and spirits.
Gekko was Yangon’s first true open Japanese kitchen with a charcoal fired Yakitori/Robotayaki grill and cosy cocktail lounge. The menu is focused around charcoal fired Yakitori, with several vegetarian options available, as well as classic Japanese dishes like Katsu Curry, Ramen, and an extensive menu of sushi and sashimi. More recent menu additions include Korean and Vietnamese style dishes, as well as a creative weekend brunch offering dishes such as Matcha Pancakes, Salmon and Scallop Congee, Daikon or Beef Bao and Momofuku inspired Sirloin Ssam The Japanese inspired cocktail menu is courtesy of Singapore’s famously discreet 28 Hong Kong Street, as well as group bar manager Jen Queen and their charming bar manager, Puia.
This is the perfect place to pop in for a beer and some Japanese tapas after work, relax and catch up on emails with their fast fiber optic internet connection or settle in for a proper meal and taste their extensive collection of unusual Sake, Shochu or Japanese whisky. Their Friday night Jazz nights, with live music from 8pm-10pm remain one of Yangon’s most enduringly popular nights out!
A cosy Japanese restaurant with quite a large selection on the menu from ramen to hotpot to the usual sushi. Located a few doors away from the Mosque at Bo Aung Kyaw Rd downtown.
Formerly known as Yhet’s which is hidden in a side street off Merchant Street and now it moved to Urban Asia Center – Ietsu provides a quiet and intimate space that is perfect for an escape from the hustle and bustle of downtown Yangon. Sushi is served at room temperature with fresh ingredients are imported from Japan without fail. They claim that the fish they import are asleep, not dead, which ensures unbeatable freshness and the most amazing sushi in town. Their soba noodles are handmade in Yangon.
Fu-Rin is a relatively new player in the field of the ever-growing Japanese restaurants in Yangon. They serve a buffet hot-pot for dinner nightly. For lunch they serve bento set-meals and have just started a delivery service. The Ginger Set Meal (4,000Ks) is a stirfry with pork slices that?s tasty yet not spicy ? good for the sensitive tummies. This comes with a side of Japanese coleslaw and rice is served separately. The Pork Cutlet Curry Rice( 6,500Ks) is the most yummy-looking amongst all with a bed of rice followed by a layer of curry and topped with battered pork sliced on top. The team (who shall remain nameless) were so excited we forgot to take a photo. The Curry Rice (4,000Ks) is exactly what it is ? a generous serving of Japanese-style vegetable curry (read: sweet and curry is mixed with flour) on top of a bed of fluffy rice.
This small restaurant in the Yaw Min Gyi area serves easy going Japanese food in a relaxed atmosphere. Their gyoza are a highlight and best enjoyed on the little terrace outside, while watching the bustling street life unfold.
Shabushi was first started by the Oishi Group in 2001 in Thailand. There are now 95 outlets all across the land of Smiles, and growing. Shabushi?s first outlet in Myanmar , a joint venture with CM Foods, a subsidiary of City Mart Holdings, opened in Ocean Shwe Gone Daing, in July. This marks the group?s first outlet outside of Thailand. Shabushi serves both Japanese hotpot and sushi amongst other Japanese cuisine. Your all-you-can-eat meal is limited to 75 minutes per seating with an option to extend.
The single high stools are good for those dining solo or as a couple. The booths are good for bigger groups.